THE PRIME MINISTER OF GOVERNMENT
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
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No: 27/2006/CT-TTg
Hanoi, August 07, 2006
 
DIRECTIVE
ON A NUMBER OF SOLUTIONS TO BE CONCENTRATED ON IN THE LAST MONTHS OF THE YEAR IN ORDER TO FULFILL THE 2006 SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND STATE BUDGET ESTIMATES
On July 7, 2006, the Government issued Resolution No. 13/2006/NQ-CP, reviewing the performance of socio-economic development tasks and state budget estimates in the first six months of 2006 and working out solutions for fulfilling the 2006 socio-economic development tasks and state budget estimates. In implementation of the Government's Resolution, the Prime Minister hereby instructs ministers, heads of ministerial-level agencies, heads of government-attached agencies, presidents of provincial/municipal People's Committees, chairmen of Managing Boards of state economic groups, and general directors of state corporations to immediately concentrate on performing the following tasks in the last months of 2006:
1. To promptly review and match with tasks and solutions specified in the Government's Resolution No. 01/2006/NQ-CP of January 16, 2006, concerning their branches, localities or units; assess their leadership and management of the assigned domains, thereby identifying measures and tasks to focus on so as to address problems and improve the investment and business environment, especially problems concerning investment procedures, ground clearance, taxes, import and export, conditions to borrow capital for production and business, capital disbursement, liquidation and finalization of work construction volumes; concretize solutions and contents on international economic integration commitments; boost socialization in socio-cultural domains; improve the administrative apparatus and enhance anti-corruption, thrift practice and waste combat.
2. To promptly draw up and carry out a plan of action after Vietnam is admitted to the World Trade Organization, focusing on human resource training; further raising of public awareness; and finding, support and expansion of advanced models of production and business.
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